Thursday, October 14th, 2010
Halloween is coming up at the end of this month. It is a holiday that might be easily overlooked in a visitation schedule because it may not be as important as other holidays like say Thanksgiving or Fourth of July.
But Halloween is terribly important to children. There are several ways to handle Halloween.
If you are still on good terms with your ex, you can agree to split Halloween parenting duties. One will stay in the house and the other will go trick or treating with the kids. You can trade off after a couple of hours.
Or, if you live close enough, the kids can go trick or treating in mom’s neighborhood with mom and dad’s neighborhood with dad.
If that doesn’t work, then you can alternate the holiday, having Halloween with dad one year and mom the next.